We’ll spare you a lead to this SoHo celebrity real estate update that incorporates any lyrics from a Bon Jovi hit song. Suffice it to say the hunky lead singer of the long-running Jersey band has found a buyer for his epic SoHo duplex.

Jon Bon Jovi’s penthouse at 158 Mercer Street is now under contract, according to the StreetEasy listing. Compass agents Leonard Steinberg and Herve Senequier are the exclusive agents for the $37.5 million property, which was originally listed for $42 million in March 2013. That makes the square-foot price a chart-topping $5,032, which must mean the place is replete with a lot more high-end materials and amenities than you’d find in a steel horse tour bus. (Whoops!)

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Bon Jovi and his wife, Dorothea Hurley, bought the place for $24 million in 2007, then sank millions more to completely gut and renovate the 7,452-square-foot gem to their exacting specifications.

The listing description makes no bones about this “… extraordinary condominium penthouse that hovers over all of SoHo with breathtaking, panoramic, protected views, located in the full service New Museum Building on SoHo’s most desirable cobbled block.”

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There’s a private elevator, great room with a wood-burning fireplace, chef’s kitchen with 11-foot ceilings, a master suite, a staircase that connects the two levels and three terraces.

Bon Jovi’s charitable work

Lest anyone mistakes Bon Jovi’s extravagant SoHo penthouse buy/gut/renovate/sell adventure with a selfish rock star mentality, take note of his nonprofit, the Jon Bon Jovi Soul Foundation. Founded in 2006, its goal is to fund programs and projects that deal with homelessness in cities and areas such as Brooklyn, Philadelphia, Camden, NJ, and Detroit.

Last year, the Philadelphia Daily News reported that Bon Jovi paid a surprise visit to Project HOME’s Hub of Hope, where the homeless can stop in for a cup of coffee and get out of the cold.

“Our Soul Foundation, working with Project HOME, helped procure this space,” Bon Jovi told the paper, adding: “We were in our second year running, and now we’re just entering our third.”

In 2012, Bon Jovi’s foundation gave $16.6 million to team up with Project H.O.M.E. to build the 55-unit Jon Bon Jovi (JBJ) Soul Homes in the Fairmount section of Philadelphia for the poor and formerly homeless.

Bon Jovi’s charitable works have hardly gone unnoticed. On April 25, the singer and philanthropist will be honored as one of the 2015 Common Wealth Awards of Distinguished Service recipients along with actor Edward Norton and Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales. Bon Jovi has also given time and money to the Special Olympics, the American Red Cross, the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatrics Foundation, Habitat for Humanity, Covenant House and well as Project H.O.M.E.